Richard Gill OAM, renowned throughout the world for his expertise in music education, is the guest Music Director of Benjamin Britten’s operatic version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, opening at WAAPA.
A new photographic exhibition at Edith Cowan University (ECU) provides a unique insight into Perth’s rave and dance culture scene that only an insider could give.
The Makuru (Jun/Jul) newsletter 2015 is now available.
An ECU program aimed at encouraging more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to study science has been nationally recognized.
Street buskers have long been showcasing their musical talents in public places. Now one highly respected WAAPA composer and jazz musician is joining them as he develops a new way to create acoustic music.
Research Week is getting close! The program of events at the Mount Lawley Campus will have a strong focus on the Arts and Creative Research, with presentations, posters and performances.
Australia's peak health and medical research funding body has appointed Kurongkurl Katitjin’s Dr Daniel McAullay to its newly announced Australian Health Ethics Committee and Research Committee.
Curators have sifted through more than 150 outstanding entries from more than 30 WA schools to identify the student art works to show at the Young Originals art exhibition at Edith Cowan University (ECU).
An exhibition by Luke Aleksandrow at Spectrum Project Space invites the audience to consider the presence of silence in everyday life.
Three touching poems about love and loss have won an ECU writer the Grand Prize in a prestigious international poetry competition.
ECU is investing more than $5 million to create a new communications and arts hub on the Mount Lawley Campus.
Visual Arts student Rebecca Jensen hosted her first solo exhibition at the Joondalup Art Gallery in June.
An ECU artist has been recognised for her unique artwork at a prestigious national art exhibition.
A new exhibition at Spectrum Project Space will reunite three ECU alumni who have all gone on to forge successful careers as abstract painters.
The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), as part of Edith Cowan University’s Mount Lawley campus, is opening its doors to the public next Sunday, for it’s annual Open Day event.